New Library Materials for March 2020

New Library Materials for March 2020

New Deaf-Blind Program Materials

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649.1511
Articles
[Articles on Deaf-Blindness for parents] Collected by SESA, 2001-2011]
Contents: Introduction to sexuality education for individuals who are deaf-blind and significantly developmentally delayed / Kate Moss, Robbie Blaha — Home talk : a family assessment of children who are deafblind / developed by the Bringing It All Back Home Project — Communication fact sheets for parents / Kathleen Stremel [et al.] ; NTAC, National Technical Assistance Consortium for Children and Young Adults Who are Deaf-Blind — Home inventory of problem solving skills for children with multiple disabilities / by Charity Rowland and Philip Schweigert ; with illustrations by Carolyn Mills — Family information guide to assistive technology and transition planning : planned transitions are smooth transitions! / Jacqueline Hess, Ana Maria Gutierrez — IEP meeting checklist for parents of children with deaf-blindness / developed by the Statewide Parent Advocacy Network in collaboration with Perkins School for the Blind — Developing an effective IEP for children with deaf-blindness : a parent mini-guide / developed by the Statewide Parent Advocacy Network in collaboration with Perkins School for the Blind — The evaluation of children with deaf-blindness : a parent mini-guide / developed by the Statewide Parent Advocacy Network in collaboration with Perkins School for the Blind — Transition to adult life for youth with deaf-blindness : a parent mini-guide / developed by the Statewide Parent Advocacy Network in collaboration with Perkins School for the Blind.

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DB
616.855
Stillman
Callier-Azusa scale (H) : scales for the assessment of communicative abilities / Robert Stillman and Christy Battle. Callier Center for Communication Disorders, University of Texas at Dallas, c1985.
Description: The Callier-Azusa Scale is an assessment scale designed to offer the educator and clinician a comprehensive, developmentally-based framework for viewing the communicative abilities of deaf-blind and severely/profoundly handicapped persons. Its purpose is to provide assessment information relevant to planning individualized, communication-based intervention programs and to provide a means for documenting developmental change in both communicative competence and the cognitive and social abilities related to communicative development.

New Braille Materials

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BRAILLE
Gutman
Mr Harrison is embarrassin’! [braille] / Dan Gutman.
Description: When the power goes out in the school, everyone panics in the dark, and only nerdy Mr. Harrison, who can fix and build anything, can save the day.

New Equipment

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EQUIP
SS100
GelBead
Gel bead sensory shapes.
Description: Squishy sensory fidgets are filled with gel beads that you can squeeze and smoosh around. Fidgets come in in 6 different shapes, each in a different color. Shapes measure approximately 3 to 5 inches across. Great for sensory stimulation and stress relief. Non-toxic. Visually stimulating bright, colorful blocks in varied shapes and sizes. Promotes tactile exploration. Refines fine and gross motor skills.

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EQUIP
LV131
CPen
C-pen ReaderPen. Scanning Pens Inc., [2016?]
Description: “The C-PEN ReaderPen is a portable scanning pen which reads printed text out loud using an embedded camera, a real-time optical character recognition (OCR) and natural voice text to speech (TTS). C-PEN ReaderPen is designed with the objective to promote active and independent reading and learning.”–ReaderPen Quick Start Guide, page 2.

March 23, 2020